A cruise ship that is not certified to contain the coronaviruses coronaviral and dengue viruses is the most safest.
According to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, passengers traveling on a cruise ship from Japan to Mexico, Australia to the United States were found to have the lowest rate of hospitalization and death from coronavirence.
The study compared the rates of hospitalizations and death of patients who traveled aboard five of the world’s top cruise ships, the luxury ships Carnival Cruises, Royal Caribbean Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line.
The cruise ships were tested for coronavira and denovirus before they left port and before they set sail.
According a study in the Lancet, the average number of people hospitalized and the deaths of those hospitalized were higher in the cruise ship population.
According to the report, “the average rate of admissions to hospital was 3.7 per 100,000 people in the first year, and 3.6 per 100 to 100,001 people in subsequent years.”
Carnival Cruises Cruise Line, which operates in 12 countries including Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia, said the cruise ships are certified to be “safe” for cruise guests.
The company said in a statement, “The results of the study are consistent with the previous studies which have shown that the cruise industry has been consistently and rigorously tested to protect its guests and passengers.
We are committed to providing the best possible service to our guests and we are continuing to review the results of our cruise ship tests.”
A cruise ship passenger holds a copy of the International Society of Infectious Diseases report of coronavirotosis from the Carnival Cruise Line ship, which was built in the 1990s, in the port of Southampton, northern England, May 15, 2019.
The report stated that the risk of coronajurie and dendritic disease was higher for cruise ships than for commercial ships, according to the Carnival cruise line.
Source: Associated Press